Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Adam"

People with the first name "Adam"

Adam Aminoff Adam Andreoli Adam Baguley Adam Balasoglou Adam Beecroft Adam Brouillard Adam Buehling Adam Börner Adam Błaszczak Adam Callen Adam Chabira Adam Charnley Adam Chludzinski Adam Cohodar Adam Couperthwaite Adam Crespo Adam Czolowski Adam D. Guild Adam Damo Adam Danger Adam Daubney Adam Dinham Adam Dlesk Adam Doma Adam Dravininkas Adam Duguay Adam Ep Adam Faris-Orr Adam Farrugia Adam Fiordimondo Adam Fossey Adam Funke Adam Gdula Adam Golik Adam Grater Adam Harrower Adam Hartshorn Adam Held Adam Hewit Adam Hogstvedt Adam Irani Adam J. Lisowski Adam K. Reisenweber Adam K. Stubbings Adam Kaluža Adam Karabasz Adam Kendler Adam Kirchefer Adam Kolano Adam Krachman Adam Kress Adam Krisher Adam Kurzzok Adam Kułak Adam Lescos Adam Lohman Adam Lottino Adam M. Erickson Adam M. Irwin Adam Mcardle Adam Meacham Adam Merten Adam Moyle Adam Nadauld Adam Nakar Adam Nehk Adam Overlock Adam Parcher Adam Poniński Adam Poturalski Adam Rathge Adam Rekau Adam Revill Adam Ronin Adam Rudloff Adam Rudoy Adam S. Larkins Adam Salzberg Adam Schmied Adam Shad Adam Skeldon Adam Skerritt Adam Skura Adam Sluggett Adam Smashey Adam Stachowicz Adam Tardos Adam Tarnowsky Adam Vanderloo Adam W. Owens Adam Wakatsuki Adam Wand Adam Wenzl Adam Wodzislawski Adam Wostal Adam Zoglauer Adam Zuercher Adam Zur Adam Łaskawski Adam Łącz

Information about "Adam"

Name-day: 24.12.

For this Adam there are 58145 different names on Yasni.

Most common last names for Adam are: Barish, Aanstad, Adam

In the ranking of the most common first names Adam is on position 62.

During the last seven days Adam was searched for 462 times.

Meaning of "Adam"

Male first name (German, English, French, Polish, Russian, Arabic): Adam, Man, Hebrew (Old Testament); adamah = the red earth, the earth, adam = man; adom = red; origin uncertain clarified, perhaps from Hebrew 'adam' (red) in the Bible, Adam is the progenitor of mankind, because Adam was created by God from earth, it is in the Bible, a word play on Hebrew 'adamah' (red earth), is used by the Jews themselves understood not as a first name, but is the word for 'man'

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